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Friday Link Roundup: February 15, 2019



Sergio's Museum presented by Theatre [502] opens tonight at The Barons Theatre on Main Street.

Afterloves: Love Lives in the Afterlife is co-created by Louisville native Betsy Reisz, and she has brought it home to The Bard’s Town for this weekend only.

Sister Cities of Louisville’s Cultural Ambassador Intern to Ghana, Cameren Golden, will lecture at Kosair Charities tonight. Love Ghana


Montage Lives! Our Artistic Past Informs The Future opens at 1619 Flux Art+Activism today. If you don’t know what “Montage” was then you should come to this event.

Opening Reception--Artist Talk for the Secret History of the American River People exhibit at The Portland Museum.

Young Picasso, directed by Phil Grabsky, is at Speed Cinema this weekend.


LVA's Artebella On The Radio 9.20.18


Jan McNary Louden, Tamara Dearing will be appearing in & Rachel Vidal is directing, "A Feminine Ending" from Theatre [502] beginning Sept. 28, and this week they are coming in to the WXOX studio to talk about it. Tune in Thursday at 10am to WXOX 97.1 FM/ for LVA's Artebella On The Radio.


Jan Louden - Is a Community Outreach Health Specialist at Lou Metro Dept. of Community Services & Revitilization. She made her professional theatrical debut last spring in How Water Behaves for Theatre [502].

Tamara Dearing - Is a Licensed Massage Therapist at VitalBody Therapeutic Massage. She has acted with Louisville Repertory Theatre, StageOne, Pandora Productions & Theatre [502] and is a singer.


Rachel Vidal – Is a Social Worker with a degree in theatre from Connecticut College. She has worked with Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company, for whom she directed Medea, & Theatre [502].

Theatre [502] presents A Feminine Ending by Sarah Treem, and directed by Rachel Vidal September 28 through October 14 at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.